The National Institute for Health Research (NIHR) School for Primary Care Research is a partnership between nine leading academic centres for primary care research in England. Our main aims are to increase the evidence base for primary care practice through high quality research and strategic leadership, and to build capacity in primary care with a well established training programme.
SPCR IV launches 2021
Established in 2006
George Lewith Prize
The NIHR School for Primary Care Research awards annually undergraduate medical students, from any UK medical school, in memory of Professor George Lewith.
Congratulations to our 2021 winners, Ryan Jayesinghe from Kings College London and Tabitha Thornton-Swan from University of Oxford, who were awarded a funded place at the Society of Academic Primary Care (SAPC) Annual Scientific Meeting, held on the 30 June and 1 July 2021. This award provides our winners with the opportunity to find out more about academic primary care and become involved in research.
Since September 2020 the NIHR School for Primary Care Research has delivered several training sessions for its funded trainees and the wider research communities. Find out about upcoming trainings and talks delivered by the School and its partners and look back at some recordings.